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Korean Bilingual Administrative Specialist / Warren, OH / Telematics / SUL700708

Warren, OH

Why Work for Us?

Established in 2006, continues to grow dramatically within the IT, telecommunications, Automotive and SCM industry.  We encourage our employees in personal development with a passion to succeed and we offer an excellent benefit package.  Every employee has access to Medical, Vision, Dental, Life and 401K plus many more.
401K with Employer Match
Company Paid Dental, Vision, Life and Medical up to 100%
Paid Sick Leave
Chance for VISA sponsoring

General Description:
An Administrative Specialist performs assist level office support duties and provides specialized program support for an administrative department, college, or program. Administrative Specialists perform a wide range of administrative and personal assistant duties including conducting research, preparing statistical reports and spreadsheets, preparing correspondence, reports and presentations, handling information requests, planning conferences and meetings, providing purchasing and payroll support, fulfilling employment administration requirements, making travel arrangements, and maintaining calendars and schedules

Job Responsibility:

  • Respond to and initiate inquiries (questions regarding purchasing, personnel, facilities, administration, specialized programs, etc.) Explain policies, answer questions, and independently resolve problems whenever feasible.
  • Prepare presentation materials for use by others, editing content and adding appropriate graphic and design elements. These responsibilities may include creating basic web content.
  • Compose and/or prepare correspondence, memoranda, promotional materials, forms, newsletters, manuals, and reports using appropriate word processing and spreadsheet tools. Perform basic statistical calculations on data for reports and presentations.
  • Plan, prioritize and schedule meetings and appointments for Directors and other management. Make decisions on a daily basis regarding calendars.
  • Assist with grant proposals and serve as a resource for information related to the administration of grants and contracts.
  • Perform specialized administrative duties required to support the specific program area, using discretion to make judgments based on operating guidelines. Support purchasing requirements for department, researching items and obtaining price quotes, entering information into university systems, receiving purchase orders, and maintaining P-Card information as required.
  • Support human resource and payroll processes as a primary contact or backup for payroll preparation or certification, leave tracking, appointment papers, and other requirements. • Arrange and coordinate travel and travel reimbursement for staff.
  • Compile and maintain information that may require web or library researching, gathering, compiling, and updating data and records.
  • Perform other administrative duties as required to support the mission and function of the unit.
  • Prepares and maintains maintenance related documents; daily report and check sheet
  • Working schedule can be changes – Day time or Night time
  • Overtime can be occurring
  • Flexible work with weekend if it possible (Additional allowance $350.00/ per day)


  • An Associate's degree in office administration or a related field may be preferred
  • 0-1 years of experience for entry-level positions
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Experience using business email services, such as Microsoft Outlook
  • Previous experience with, or an ability to learn to use common office equipment, such as modern phone systems, fax machines, and copy machines
  • Comfort multitasking and handling multiple requests from different individuals and departments
  • Ability to work quickly and in a potentially high-stress environment
  • Strong communication skills and extremely self-motivated when managing communication channels
  • Highly organized and capable of creating organizational systems that others easily utilize

Must have the following competencies:

  • Be an analytical thinker/Problem Solver/Decision Maker
  • Have excellent time management/Resource management
  • Organized planner/Attention to detail
  • Results oriented/Takes initiative
  • Development of others/Teamwork
  • Innovative/Creative
  • Build Relationships/Client Focused/Service Minded
  • Self-motivated, responsible in work
  • Positive mindset and active personality
  • Great interpersonal skills/Communicator

BTI Solutions, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer m/f/d/v.

BTI Solutions
801 E Campbell Rd. Suite 230, Richardson, Texas 75081, USA
Office:+1-972-992-0030, Fax:+1-972-992-0050

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